How to guarantee a train wreck
These things don’t just happen—they are caused by the profiteering greed of the monopolistic industry’s top executives and rich investors.
Chatting with Red Bank’s The Dream of When(?)
The local garage rock band has a release show on Friday, March 10, at Asbury Lanes.
NJ sisters wrangle the wide world of geekdom with an eye toward representation, authenticity and fun
“Let me tell you something, it’s not a lie when people talk about how the media can almost hypnotize you into thinking a certain way. The more dark and edgy content you watch, it starts to impact your own life, not just your interests.”
NJ singer-songwriter Shannon Hawley: ‘Grief is a form of praise’
Point Pleasant native Shannon Hawley on using joy to sing about tragedy, and recording her powerful new album, Starthrowers.
Jersey Beer Tour: Death of the Fox Brewing in Clarksboro
Coffee, beer and a space to gather as a community at this South Jersey brewery and roastery.
NJ Poetry Series: ‘Between Our Names’ by Nicole Poko
Poetry from NJ writer Nicole Poko in our March edition.
NJ Poetry Series: ‘Dead Man’s Hat’ by John Chmura
Poetry from NJ writer John Chmura in our March edition.
Now’s a good time to ban bomb trains in NJ
Can we be so blinded by profit that we’d risk loss of life—in communities already unduly burdened by environmental issues? (History says… a-YUP!) How can we continue to elect limpdick politicians who can’t stand up to industry in the face of obvious infringements on our rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness?
International Women’s Day of Dance celebrates agency, individuality and creativity
The free one-hour event will feature five powerful performances by female choreographers and an accessible movement workshop, all outdoors (rain or shine) at Riverview-Fisk Park in Jersey City on Match 8.
South Jersey artist designs Devils’ gender equality jerseys
“I was like, I just really want to do a collage-based text where the lettering is different sizes. I started to collect different varieties of each letter because I wanted each of the players’ names to look like a ransom note.”
Adrian Belew on recording ‘Remain in Light’ with the Talking Heads and revisiting it near NJ this March
“I was going through sounds, and in the control room I could see them besides themselves, so I knew it was going to be a very good day.”
Chatting with NJ’s O.C. Rippers: ‘Have a good time, think for yourself, never mind the bullshit’
“New Jersey’s a shithole, but it’s our shithole. Especially in Ocean County… there’s a different kind of weirdo down here.”